Monthly Archives: November 2014

Chicken Party!

I already told you all about sending our birds to the slaughterhouse. Mike and I can both say, without hesitation, that it was the best $70 we’ve probably ever spent! A million times better than spending a weekend butchering at … Continue reading

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Bye, bye birdie….

Somehow we ended up with way too many birds – roos, spent layers, a broiler that we should’ve butchered a couple of months ago. Selling eggs at the market is an expensive hassle, feed isn’t cheap (especially for roosters who … Continue reading

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Dried Herbs

I love to use fresh herbs when I’m cooking. Our little herb bed did pretty good this year and I used my fair share of thyme, rosemary, parsley, oregano, chives, and cilantro. But there are also times when I prefer … Continue reading

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